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Top jurists want change in collegium system


Several top jurists on Monday pushed for scrapping the existing collegium system where judges appoint judges but government's plans to bring a bill to make the process of appointments more transparent may take some more time. At a meeting to dis


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Pre-election promises involving public exchequer

Posted by Dr G V Rao



Sirs, my query is simple. Two major political parties in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana viz., Telugu Desam and TRS have promised to debt ridden farmers that they would waive off pending debts if they are voted to power. Now they are unable to deliver. However my question is whether it is correct or valid under law that some political party which is not in power can promise payments from public exchequer or public money, when they are not aware of the financial position of the State. Under which Article of Constitution can such promises be deemed to be lawful. Please enlighten me and other users


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Legal Condemnation of Moral Policing in India


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Fundamental Rights - Its Development


Fundamental Rights – Recent Developments   The Constitution enshrines many benevolent provisions. It is a treasure house spellin


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